Monday, March 31, 2014

Lychee Jelly Pudding



















This recipe was given to me by a colleague who is a close friend of mine. She used to bring this delicious and comforting dessert to the office.  I am so glad when she shared her recipe with me. To her sharing is a blessing :)  This jelly pudding is not just delicious , its soft and smooth texture gives comfort to me when I was having poor appetite. The texture is between a pudding and jelly. The milky lychee flavor is subtle and it is addictive.  I can gobble up two or three pieces at one go :p  Yea, very very addictive especially when it is chilled.   This is great for after dinner dessert and for taking to parties.




















love the smooth and soft texture 

Lychee Jelly Pudding

Ingredients:



I pkt of agar agar strips ( 34 gm ) – soaked in water till soft

1600 ml water

1 3/4 cups of castor sugar

1 tin of lychee – take out a few for deco
the rest blend into a puree and keep the syrup water
1 tin of evaporated milk
4 eggs – whisk it and keep aside
1 tbsp of butter
a pinch of salt
2 tsp of vanilla essence

Preparation:

Boil 1600ml of water together with the tin lychee syrup water . When it boils add in the softened agar agar strips and boil under medium low heat . When the agar agar and sugar has dissolved, add in the evaporated milk , stir till well mixed then sieve it once for any sediments before adding in the blended lychee puree. When it is ready, add in a pinch of salt and vanilla essence . Off the fire and let it cool down for 5 minutes before adding in the whisk eggs and stir till well mix . Add in the butter last and stir again till the butter has melted. Pour into pudding molds or ramekins and leave it to set in the fridge for 2 to 3 hours. Unmold the jelly pudding and decorate with the lychee fruits on top and served it chilled.


Enjoy!



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2 comments:

  1. This is very suitable for the hot season recently, want to try this too, thanks for the recipe!

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  2. lovely Lychee pudding! it looks so smooth!

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